Vulnerable children

Supporting vulnerable children online may require specialist support. See articles and resources to help vulnerable children navigate the online risks that they may face and organisation that can give further support.

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Supporting children’s body image in the online world
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Right to Roam – with a Digital Passport
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Recommended Policy & guidance

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Internet Matters’ response to draft Online Safety Bill
See our response to the Online Safety Bill, which sets out the government’s plans for a new regulatory regime addressing ...

Recommended Research

Gaps in practice around the online lives of vulnerable children
Vulnerable children tend to have a team of services that interact with them. A research study aimed to explore how ...
How can we support vulnerable children in the digital world?
The report explores how children's vulnerabilities offline can help us to identify online risks.